eavesdropping

I always enjoy seeing what my creative haiku friends come up with next. And I am rarely disappointed. Today on her Yay Words blog, Aubrie Cox posted a collection of conversations and haiku she shared with Melissa Allen and Lucas Stensland, in the post open mail. I smiled all the way through it, and couldn’t resist posting this response in the comments. I’d call it a rengay, except that I’m not sure one person can write a rengay. So perhaps it a haiku sequence or… whatever. Anyway, here it is:

eavesdropping
on a conversation
winter rain

things don’t always
make cents

entering into
the spirit
ghost moon

70 is
the new 40

sleeping
not sleeping
saltine crackers

can’t find the like button
rain again

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